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about the race. can he do the delegate math to beat mitt romney. >> the governor thinks he is now ordained by god to win, then let's just have it out. >> previewing the debate to the fall campaign, the social issues versus the economy. more than 200,000 jobs created in february, and who has the winning prescription for more growth? with us, romney supporter and chair of the governor's association, virginia's governor, bob mcdonnell, and maryland's governor, martin o'malley. finally, our political roundtable is here to talk politics and about something else, civility. where has it gone and can it return? why the president call sandra after rush limbaugh attacks? he was thinking about his own daughters. >> i want them to speak their mind in a thoughtful way, and i don't want them attacked or called horrible names because they are being good citizens. >> we have a discussion with reverend al sharpton, host of msnbc's politics nation. and marsha blackburn, and ej dionne, and peggy noonan. >>> good morning. another split decision in republican presidential contest held over the weekend
. romney? >> good luck tonight. no, really. >> really. >> no, really, bring it on. for a long time there was a question whether the president would run on his record or just run against the republicans. this week that question was answered. here's a part of the new obama campaign film. >> how do we understand this president and his time in office? do we look at the day's headlines, or do we remember what we as a country have been through? >> our time of standing pat, of protecting narrow interests and putting off unpleasant decisions, that time has surely passed. chris: i talked to david on hardball this week and he believes an ultimate victory for president obama, but says it won't be pretty. >> we are prepared for a tough, close race. 47% voted against us in 2008 when we won a massive victory. so we have the wind at our back then. we don't have the wind at our back now. >> this isn't going to be easy. >> it's not going to be easy but the obama campaign is itching to get at the campaign. i think they wanted to release this movie in the midst of the toughest part of the republican
hold their primaries the next 48 hours. rick santorum and mitt romney, the latest polling shows an extremely tight race between the three candidates in alabama. and here's the most recent snapshot in mississippi. an american research poll shows gingrich leading there, but still in a statistical dead heat with romney. and in the overall delegate hunt, romney remains the clear front-runner. santorum is in second place with 203, followed by gingrich with 118 and paul trailing the back with 56 delegates. >>> mississippi voters are getting a lot of face time with the candidates. today rick santorum says that restaurants in -- newt gingrich attends a search service in the town of brandon followed by a campaign rally. both appeared on a sunday morning talk shows and asked about their chances come tuesday. >> we're looking of the a clean sweep you think on tuesday in the south ". >> it's a pretty tough battle ground down there, it's newt's background, we're out there running the insurgent campaign, and all the polls show us -- we'll be in alabama tomorrow and we're just going to hustle.
from saturday. in kansas, rick santorum easily won the caucaus with 51 percent. mitt romney had 21 percent and newt gingrich and ron paul rounding out the field. in wiom -- wioling, mitt romney first and newt gingrich last. including the three u.s. territories where mitt romney did well. here is the latest delegate count. mitt romney 454. santorum 217 and newt gingrich third and paul last. it takes 1144 delegates to clinch the nomination . joining us from birmingham, alabama, a man looking for a strong showing in the south newt gingrich, welcome back to "fox news sunday". >> guest: good to be be back. >> chris: the polls so a surprisingly close race. will you win both? >> guest: i think we will win both. we are campaigning aggressively. you start behind because of romney's money and length of time he's advertising. and you catch up with him when you are campaigning . we have great organizations in both states and in particular in alabama where senate majority leader put together a great state wide organization. i will be campaigning in birmingham and mississippi and campaigning in
the weekend. results showing a big win. in kansas for rick santorum. but mitt romney won the delegate in wyoming caucus. he picked up the majority in the american territories of guam, northern marianas and the virgin islands. romney is ahead at 37 #. then santorum and gingrich, ron paul far behind. remember, the magic number is 1,144. all of this with 48 hours of campaigning to go until republicans in the southern states of mississippi and alabama put their mark on this ongoing race for the republican nomination. here with us again from the campaign trail in mississippi is rick santorum. senator, welcome back. >> it's great to be back, david. thank you. >> well, you want your shop to go one on one with governor romney. what tips the scales to get newt gingrich out of the race? >> i don't know. you would have to ask him. we're going to keep on winning and competing. ever since nevada we finished first or second in almost every state. came close where congressman paul and i were tied in a couple states. we've been there. other than georgia, congressman gingrich finished third or fourth.
. >> too close to call. >> ohio still too close to call. >> mitt romney finally gets the call in ohio and making big gains for the g.o.p. nomination, but earning not so big coverage in the press. >> what would you like to say to mr. romney? >> good luck tonight. (laughter) >> and the president calls in the press for a super tuesday news conference. stealing some attention from the g.o.p. contest. >> no, really, really. >> and a tearful plea for help gets attention thanks to the powerf power of the media. >> jon: judy miller, new york daily news columnist, andrea tantaros, jim pinkerton, the editor the american conservative magazine and usa today and daily beast, kirsten powers, i'm jon scott, fox news watch is on right now. what does is say about the college co-ed suzanne fluke, who goes before a congressional committee and essentially says that she must be paid to have sex. what does that make her? it makes her a slut, right? it makes her a prostitute. she wants to be paid to have sex. >> this is the mistake i made, in fighting them on this issue last week, i became like them. i de
the daysntil november and that looks betterer. >> this week on "inside washington," romney wins more than he loses on super tsday. >> the governor seems to think he is ordained by god to win. let's have a doubtbt. >> -- have it out. >> iran and talk of war. >> those whoreeating the drums of war should explain clrly what they think the costs and benefits would be. >> a visit by the israeli prime miminister. >> we are together. >> the president of the ununited states is lobbying against american jobs. >> newt versus rick. >> i and the tortoise. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.n.ncicap.p.orp. >> it was not 8 knockout, but romney did win ohio, virginia, massachusetts, and it appearss unlike thatantorum or gingrich or certainly n pau can come up with the delegates to take the nomination away from hi accordingng to the leadlatest "wl street journal"/nbc news poll, the republican candidates have taken a beating in this campaign. romney -- peter hart says voters arare not surwho the guy is or what his values arare. >> i want to know what you want to be remembered for. >> in my h
. the president blasted mitt romney and rick santorum and newt gingrich for distorting his strategy and for warmongering. >> one thing we have not done is we haven't launched a war. if some of these folks think that it's time to launch a war, they should say so. and they should explain to the american people exactly why they would do that and what the consequences would be. >> the president sees a window of opportunity and rejects beating the drums of war. >> what i've said is that we have a window true which we can resolve this issue peacefully. we have put forward an international framework that is applying unprecedented pressure. the iranians just stated they're willing to return to the negotiating table, and we have the opwe maintain that pressure to see how it plays out. >> question, what is the major issue of the presidential election now? is it war or the economy? james. >> i still think it's the economy. if we should have a war, that will knock the economy off the front page and put us into a recession. but if we have negotiations, and this will become an extend and pretend
again. >> mitt romney takes super tuesday. rick santorum shows strength with conservatives. while president obama focuses on his growing economy. >> more companies are bringing jobs back and investing in america. >>> and the prospect of war. >> those who are beating the drum of war. >>> topics for our headliners. senators chuck schumer and lindsey graham. >>> game change controversy. >> how do we understand this president? >> tom hanks narrates obama the movie. >>> and kony 2012 goes viral. that and all of the week's politics with our powerhouse roundtable. mary matlynn, austan goolsbee, eliot spitzer and jake tapper. >>> good morning. it's been a packed week if politics. we have new results this weekend in the republican primary fight. five more contests yesterday. rick santorum won the big prize in kansas, but romney claimed more delegates in the territories and wyoming. romney has more than double santorum's total. our powerhouse roundtable is standing by to analyze what's next. >>> but first our headliners. democratic senator chuck schumer and republican senator lindsey graham
santorum easily won the caucuses with 51%. mitt romney had 21% with newt gingrich and ron paul rounding out the field. in wyoming, romney finished first with 51% followed by santorum with 21%, paul was third and gingrich last. the results from three u.s. territories where romney did well, here's the latest delegate count. romney leads with 454, santorum has 217, gingrich is third, and paul last. it takes 1144 delegates to clinch the nomination. joining us now from birmingham, alabama, the man looking for a strong showing in the south tuesday, newt gingrich. mr. speaker, welcome back to "fox news sunday". >> good to be back with you. >> the polls show a surprisingly close race tuesday in alabama and mississippi. question. are you going to win them both? >> i think we'll win both. we're campaigning very aggressively in both states. as almost everywhere else, you start a little bit behind because of romney's money and the length of time he's advertising. then as you campaign, you catch up with him pretty rapidly. i think we're probably pulling ahead in both states now. we have great organizati
and mississippi, getting their say on tuesday. this, after mitt romney and rick santorum both see big wins, in the -- yesterday's contest in kansas and wyoming. good morning, on this sunday morning, i'm eric sean. >> jamie: good see you, air rakrak-- eric, to rest for the candidates, and, us, too. and, mitt romney was declared the victor in wyoming, rick santorum took home the state of kansas with an overwhelming win in his hopes to slow down front-runner mitt romney's momentum and meanwhile, newt gingrich vows to stay in the race, even if he fails to take alabama or mississippi and that will happen, this week, those races and peter doocy is following it live in washington. hi, peter, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, jamie. and speaker gingrich did not have a good saturday as far as days in a campaign go but yesterday was big for mitt romney and senator santorum, the big delegate winners and the gains came in completely different ways, senator santorum got 33 delegates in the kansas caucus because he won, mitt romney 7 and mitt romney won 6 in the wyoming caucuses to santorum's 3.
with 51 rs. mitt romney had 21% and newt gingrich and ron paul rounding out the field. >> romney leads with 454, santorum has 217, gingrich is third and paul last. it takes 1144 delegates to clinch the nomination. joining us now from birmingham, alabama, the man looking for a strong showing in the south tuesday, newt gingrich. and mr. speaker, welcome back to "fox news sunday." >> good to be back with you. >> chris: the polls show a surprisingly close race tuesday in alabama and mississippi. question: are you going to win them both? >> i think we will win both. we are campaigning very aggressively in both states. as almost everywhere else, you start a little behind because of rom no's money and the length of time he's advertising. as you come pain, you catch up with him pretty rapidly. i think we are pulling ahead in both states. we have great organizations in both states, particular flee alabama, where the senate majority leader has put together a great statewide organization. i will be campaigning today in birmingham and in mississippi. and then we will be campaigning in the morning
and we start again. >> mitt romney takes super tuesday. rick santorum shows strength with conservatives. while president obama focuses on his growing economy. >> more companies are bringing jobs back and investing in america. >> and the prospect of war. >> those who are beating the drums of war should explain the costs and benefits. >>> topics for our headliners. senators chuck schumer and republican lindsey graham. >>> plus politics on the big screen. game change courts controversy. >> how do we understand this president? >> tom hanks narrates obama the movie. >>> and kony 2012 goes viral. that and all of the week's politics with our powerhouse roundtable. mary matalin, eliot spitzer, nicolle wallace, austan goolsbee and jake tapper. >>> good morning. it's been a packed week in politics. we have new results this weekend in the republican primary fight. five more contests yesterday. rick santorum won the big prize in kansas, but mitt romney claimed more delegates in the territories and wyoming. that means he still holds a commanding lead in the del
'll ask the director and the screen writer. >>> mitt romney does it again taking the key super tuesday contest of ohio, but the media coverage practically made it sound like rick santorum was the big winner. why won't the press give romney a break? i'm howard kurtz, and this is "reliable sources." >>> rush limbaugh's verbal assault on sandra fluke was no slip of the tongue. he was calling the georgetown law student a slut and prostitute for three days before issuing an apology. on his radio show limbaugh said it was the left that kept distorting the facts. >> i abbinged too much like the lefts that despise me. i descended to their level using names and exaggerations to describe sandra fluke. it's what we have come to know and expect of them, but it's way beneath me, and it's way beneath you. it was wrong, and that's why i have apologized because i succumbed. >> sandra fluke, meanwhile, continued her media tour winding up with the ladies of "the view." >> he has not called you. >> let me be clear that i think his statements that he made on the air about me have been personal enough so i
has to for up in a way that bunch him around mitt romney and rick santorum. if he falls off the pace, 10, 15 points, that would suggest in the south where he should be be doing well, he does not have support and tremendous pressure on gingrich to get out. the expectation would be a lot of his votes would flow to rick santorum, i'm not so sure that's true. just as an exercise i'd love to see where the gingrich votes go, because i think we are not certain if this'll all go to rick santorum. >> didn't you talk, dorothy to newt gingrich and he said, quote, i was born for this. he's not getting out. >> he's not getting out and i think that they have designs on it, which he's going into-- you know, two kids of states, there's the south and there's the deep south. now, the races that newt won were the deep south states and those are coming up again now, mississippi, alabama, and if he wins those, this puts romney in a much better position because rick santorum will be blown out of the water. >> blown out of the water? >> in significant ways, yes. >> the bottom line is, you don't think that
's quitting time for newt gingrich. what santorum needs, of course s what mitt romney fears. an unobstructed race between the two. also, voter i.d. laws are being passed, allegedly to stop voter fraud. are those new rules really to make voting harder? now for tonight's off the waller. sarah palin says the problem with barack obama is that he wasn't properly vetted back in '08. why would she try out that little sugar plum on the same weekend the game change is coming out? what a movie and what it says about politics at our highest level. we begin with the economy. susan page is washington bureau chief for "usa today." david corny is a political analyst. this economic news today, the number is at 8.3. i thought it might go up. it didn't. also, a half million people joining the work force. >> a third good month of job news. things moving in the right direction for the president. unemployment still pretty high. 8.3%, historically high. no president re-elected with numbers like that. but moving in the right direction. that's the best possible news for barack obama. >> it's steady but not dramatic
presidential candidate mitt romney a question that turned heads. >> my son received a traumatic brain injury wound in afghanistan and suffers from severe post traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injury. the government has repeatedly denied services because his wounds aren't visible. he will never be able to return to the regular work force. this week president obama's administration again cut his benefits. sir, will you look me in the eye and tell me who will be taking care of him? >> david, my -- my heart breaks for you and your family. it's -- it's just hard to imagine what it could be like. i have five boys, as you know. having one of them injured that way, having one lost his life, it's just something you can only imagine. you can't know unless you've really experienced as you have, and i want you to know how much i appreciate your son's sacrifice for our country, and i appreciate your sacrifice, your family's sacrifice for our country. to those who put everything on the line, we owe everything they need. >> joining us once again is dave mcarthur. dave, that was a very powerful
south. he easily beat his rivals with 51%. romney at 21%. newt gingrich coming in at third. ron paul placing fourth there in kansas. the republican race head to the deep south as we said. alabama and mississippi holding primaries. santorum and ron paul looking for more wins. newt gingrich is hoping for a comeback. >> reporter: good to see you. rick santorum picked up a win yesterday in kansas. mitt romney picked up a win in wyoming. for newt gingrich he's no longer counting on mississippi and alabama a must-win state. he is saying once again going all the way to the republican convention. >> we are here, we are in it to win it here in kansas. >> reporter: before tuesday's big southern prime in mississippi and alabama, rick santorum got another run after winning kansas. >> we are headed to mississippi and alabama and we will have a sweeps this week. >> reporter: after he returned south santorum set to challenge newt gingrich on what the former speaker hopes is essentially home turf as the pace of the race begins to quicken. >> this is the wildest roller coaster. you don't know where y
terror rebel groups for the violence. >> shannon: mitt romney and ruck rick have gained momentum, romney picked up 38 delegates, with wins in several territories and wyoming bringing his total up. and santa ana got three more from kansas and wyoming. any candidate must get 1144 delegates to win the g.o.p. nomination. it will be a close race in mississippi and alabama on tuesday. former speaker newt gingrich and former senator rick santorum both made stops on the sunday shows to talk their strategies. steve was watching it all. >> reporter: hi, yeah. it's been a republican primary dominated by very tight races. and more of the same drama on tuesday. newt gingrich is practically tied with rick santorum in alabama. and santorum continues to take aim at mitt romney, suggesting campaign spenning can only buy you so much. >> we have been outspen 10-1 and that's fine. but if you are outspent 10-1 and has all the establishment behind him and all of this, quote, wind in his back, yet he can't close the deal, winning ohio, winning michigan by the skin of his teeth. but that's okay. we have the gra
'll see you then. good night. battle for the south. big wins today for mitt romney and rick santorum. now it's an all out fight in the new gattle ground new battle ground on the trail. >>> trouble in paradise. massive floods, mud slides, hail, even a tornado. one of america's most popular vacation spots in a state of emergency. >>> bullying controversy. the powerful new movie aimed at kids and parents and a firestorm over its rating. >>> rock star. $10 million, 11 nights, 340 tons. tonight, the big move in l.a. >>> and check it out. one man's way to honor his mom, giving a whole new meaning to the neighborhood library. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good evening. mitt romney and rick santorum went toe to toe again today, battling for delegates. this time in republican caucuses in kansas and wyoming. and once again, the results point to a long and uneven road to the nomination. tonight, nbc news declares santorum the winner by a comfortable 30%. and romney is the projected winner in wyoming and he won contests today in guam and the other u.s. territories. while this is i
romney won in wyoming, but there was no mistaking that the big battles were down south. >> good morning, y'all. good to be with you. i got it right this morning with grits. i'll tell you. delicious. >> the first time he had ever tasted grits. i just wanted to reassure all of you that i have had some acquaintance in a variety of forms with shrimp, with cheese, with gravy. i get it. >> schieffer: it was one of those you can't make it up weeks on the campaign trail. so where do things stand now? after winning georgia, newt gingrich is still dancing. but can he or santorum stop romney? we'll ask him. then we'll talk to a top obama campaign advisor robert gibbs. the latest on the campaign and afghanistan with analysis from correspondents norah o'donnell and david martin. this is "face the nation." captioning sponsored by cbs from cbs news in washington, "face the nation" with bob schieffer. >> schieffer: good morning again. the overnight news from afghanistan is sober. at least 15 afghans by some counts are dead, and more are wounded after an american soldier went on a shooting spree. it hap
coming in. this evening, rick santorum has won kansas. 40 delegates there. mitt romney and newt gingrich in a close there for second place there. romney did pick up victory earlier in the day. u.s. territories, guam, virgin islands. and look at this, mitt romney holds a commanding lead for the 1144 delegates needed for the nomination. so as the race now shifts to the south, the bigger question here tonight, is there any way the other candidates can wrestle this away from romney? we asked abc's david kerley to do the math and these numbers are pretty telling, david. >> it is pretty interesting, david. a win say win for santorum tonight, there's no doubt about it. but the math says that really he can't win the nomination. he can, however, help keep mitt romney from getting the nomination before the convention. santorum's big win in kansas was not a surprise and he wasted no time taking on romney. >> we're not electing a ceo, we're electing a commander in chief. and there's one person who has experience doing that. >> reporter: romney and gingrich ceded kansas to santorum. the real battle i
claims by romney supporters that romney political director there is no way santorum can get the delegate total he needs to win the nomination. >> they cannot make the case that they are the best person to beat barack obama on issues so they are resorting to fuzzy math. there are lots of uncommitted delegates. >> reporter: santorum refusing to call on newt gingrich to step aside, something his super pac did do. >> gregg: newt gingrich hit the airwaves again today. what is he saying about tuesday's primaries? >> he is very confident because both of these states, of course, are southern states and he has chalked up wins in south carolina and georgia. the states are crucial to mississippi and alabama and one gingrich aide has indicated that his campaign hangs in the balance but gingrich has promised to go all the way to tampa and had this to say about the alabama and mississippi primaries. >> i think we'll win both. we're campaigning aggressively in both states. you start a little behind of romney's money and length of time he is advertising. as you campaign you catch up with him pretty rapi
in the kansas caucuses. mitt romney second with 21%, newt gingrich at 14, and ron paul with 13%. mitt romney, though, was just declared the winner in wyoming, and next tuesday, the alabama and mississippi primaries. newt gingrich wasting no time speaking now in birmingham, and here's what else is coming up tonight on justice. >> cops say she was living a double life, a soccer mom running a high-priced call girl business. how this alleged billionaire madam finally got caught. >>> and free health care for illegal immigrants courtesy of us taxpayers, and you won't believe some of the stuff we're paying for. >>> plus ... google's street view. those vans cruising your neighborhood could be taking more than just photos. coming up tonight on justice. >>> hello and welcome to justice. i'm judge jeanine pirro. mitt romney may have the most delegates, but today belongs to rick santorum who won the kansas caucuses by a huge margin. we have our republican and democratic strategists joining me this evening. so santorum came close to winning in ohio as well as in michigan. today he wins kansas. does this
and mississippi. george stephanopoulos is here with the bottom line, and here's the question is, will romney ever sew this one up? >> that seems to be the question that we're asking every week. >>> new revelations about whitney houston's stormy relationship with her ex bobby brown. for if first time we hear from a true insider, whitney houston's closest friend. did bobby brown introduce whitney to drugs, we have that surprising answer. >>> also this morning -- the prankster prince. the picture that you're about to see is not prince william. it's prince harry, holding a mask, while on a beach in brazil, there's one sure sign that prince harry sees this royal mission as a big success. and bob woodruff is going to tell us what that sign is. very fun success. >>> but first this morning, lot of news overnight. ron claiborne is here with the news. >>> we begin with breaking news and another stunning and major blow in relations between the united states and afghanistan, a u.s. service member has been detained in southern afghanistan for allegedly going on a rampage and killing civilians. muhammad lila h
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